Oh my! I guessed the question about the periodic table, and I didn't know who the 2 pictures were of - must have been lucky guesses because I can't possibly be THAT nerdy!
(But I do have grad level Math, and I knew what the C was in E=MC squared).
How nerdy are you?
But I did eventually find a copy tonight from a neighbour.
Alfalfa sprout anyone?
I think this pair is my favourite. It is made from a bright yellow and blue kids laptop called 'Zip the robot', and all the buttons say funny things, like 'demo' and 'answer'.
I also get a kick out of this pair of cufflinks, with it's 90's text. These would be perfect for a really dull wedding or for a meeting you would rather snooze through :)
The big grave markers are just old kitchen drawers that I painted grey and added a quick design to in white paint.
Can't wait to see how many kids come visit on Halloween!
I'm thinking cufflinks for the arrows, tie tac pins for the XXX key, cell phone charms for the 'TEXT' key and a keychain from the 'LOCK' key. What do you think?
You could make a cork board but that takes way too long.... it's much easier to just toss them in your cork garden! This is the first 'feature' we added to the garden, having only discovered when the snow melted in Spring that we just have a boring lawn out back.
May 2007 - marking out where the garden will be
June 2007 - the sod has been removed and 3 zucchini
plants are sprouting up amongst the cork mulch
July 2007 - more zucchini than we can possibly eat!
We're thinking of removing all the sod in our front yard and using wine corks as the mulch there too. That should get the elderly neighbours talking..... :) [they've not seen anything yet - wait till Halloween, they are in for a surprise!]
What about the container your stack of CD's came in?
Here's a few fun ideas for reusing these hard-to-recycle items:
CD Jewel Case Calendar
CD Jewel Case Mini-Greenhouse
Cassette Tape Case Card Holder
Check back soon and I'll be posting more about new creations I'm working on.